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Happy Halloween

written by: DieZel
 
This quiz focuses on the holiday of Halloween, which is celebrated in much of the Western world. Enjoy!

Question 1:


Halloween is celebrated the day before this Holy Catholic day.
Watch Night
All Saints Day
Christmas
Ash Wednesday

Question 2:


In some parts of this country, Halloween is called Pooky Night.
Switzerland
Ireland
Spain
Romania

Question 3:


This city is the self-proclaimed "Halloween Capital of the World."
Anoka, Minnesota
Indianapolis, Indiana
Topeka, Kansas
Jackson, Mississippi

Question 4:


In some cities the most famous part of Halloween, the trick-or-treating, has been banned.
True
False

Question 5:


On Halloween, children go door-to-door and yell "trick-or-threat." However, in Scotland it is likely to hear children saying this.
I can smell something sweet around here.
The sky is blue, the grass is green, may we have our Halloween.
My eyes are blue, your house is too, my basket's green, may I have my Halloween.
Give me your money!

Question 6:


According to the Druidic religion of the Celts, this winter season began every year on the night of October 31.
Samhain
Beltaine
Imbolc
Mabon

Question 7:


In Celtic parts of western Brittany, the baking of kornigou is still used to proclaim the beginning of the winter season (which begins on the night of Halloween). Kornigou are cakes baked in the shape of this.
Stars
Horseshoes
Antlers
Shoes

Question 8:


According to a survey by Harvard University that began in 1999, most people do not use a special word for the night before Halloween.
True
False

Question 9:


Many Protestant denominations celebrate this holiday on October 31 and some of them even meld it with Halloween.
The Midsummer Day
Epiphany
All Fools' Day
The Reformation Day

Question 10:


The first jack-o'-lanterns (carved in Ireland) weren't made of pumpkins.
True
False

 


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